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to be a welcoming environment to people with special needs. >> there's an understanding here. it's very comforting for me. i feel at home when i come here. if he should freak out or have an episode or start screaming, i don't think anybody here will care. >> they also created a vocational training program where kids with special needs could develop skills they could use in every day life. >> the hardest thing in applying for a job is not having experience. particularly a problem for people with special needs, but for all of us who all of us, ap. my thought was to provide a first job or experience on a resume so that people could leave us with real-life job experience and a recommendation for another job. k i learned about team work and cooperation. i learned about organization. i learned a lot of skills here. >> he's not going to be protected for the rest of his life, he can't be. he's not going to be able to function that way, nor do i want him to. having this as a steppingstone to the real world is wonderful and invaluable to him and me as a parent. >> thanks so much for coming, really appreciat
, exciting environment. fun way to shop and also support a local store. >> how much did you spend today? >> exactly? $1402 and change. >> i just looked at the numbers from today, from 2:00 when cash mob started to 3:30 which is an hour and a half, we had over 300 people come through the store and they spent way more than $20. our total for that span of time, hour and a half, was $9,000. >> in new york the cash mob was happening at two local down stores. somersalt and bell port lie kwurs. >> i bought wine so that supports the community. >> the method for selecting a small business to be cash mobbed is simple. >> first they need to be locally owned and secondly they need to give back to their community. the second part you can't fake. you can say hey i'll start sponsoring a team, bring a cash nobody my business so i can do this. we generally look for people that have a long standing commitment to their communities. >> afterwards an true encourages the cash mob participants to hang out at a local watering hole. >> they do their shopping and congregate again so they can relax. there's an ol
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